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Facebook has turned over more than 3,000 political advertisements that appeared on its platform to congressional investigators examining Russian interference in the U.S. "Enforcement is never ideal, but we will get better at finding and removing improper ads", Kaplan said. "But we know ad targeting can be abused, and we aim to prevent abusive ads from running on our platform", Schrage wrote on Monday.
  • Pulse survivors show support for Las Vegas

    Pulse survivors show support for Las Vegas

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    The LGBT Center of Central Florida , which provided vital community support in the wake of Pulse, told HuffPost that they "stand side by side with Las Vegas in this very trying time". Mayor Dyer ended the conference saying Orlando stands with Las Vegas during this devastating event. And for many LGBTQ people, Sunday's tragedy evoked memories of the most recent tragedy to shared the designation of worst mass shooting in modern American history: the massacre at the Pulse nightclub.
  • Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly on stopping gun violence

    Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly on stopping gun violence

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    Suppressors generally lower the sound of gunshots by 20 to 35 decibels, leaving most guns still louder than a typical ambulance siren. "This is a grave tragedy for our nation", Giffords posted on Twitter Monday. Americans need more than our president's prayers. "Your thoughts and prayers aren't going to stop the next shooting", Kelly said alongside Giffords during a press conference .
  • Will Las Vegas matter to President Trump and lawmakers?

    Will Las Vegas matter to President Trump and lawmakers?

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    In an address to the Senate yesterday, majority leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told his colleagues that the aftermath of the shooting - in which a gunman killed 59 people at a concert on the Las Vegas Strip and injured more than 500 others - was more "a moment for national mourning and prayer" than anything else.
  • Palestinian PM visits Gaza in reconciliation move with Hamas

    Palestinian PM visits Gaza in reconciliation move with Hamas

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    A crowd of hundreds welcomed Rami Hamdallah, a representative of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party, after he passed through the Erez border crossing from Israel to enter Gaza , which is controlled by Hamas. "We need to. push the wheel of reconciliation forward to create a positive atmosphere". "We realise that the road is still long and hard". The unity drive also marked a return to prominence of exiled former Gaza security chief Mohammed Dahlan, once one of Hamas's ...
  • Cuomo: Excelsior Scholarship covers tuition for 22000 students

    Cuomo: Excelsior Scholarship covers tuition for 22000 students

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    Cuomo says a college degree is necessary to succeed in today's economy and the state program allows more New Yorkers to reach their full potential. The Excelsior Program is the first of its kind. A big part of this is due to the Excelsior Scholarship. Cuomo's office on Sunday touted the Excelsior Scholarship program, saying 21,925 students will receive free tuition in the program's inaugural year.
  • Death toll from Las Vegas mass shooting rises to 59, hundreds injured

    Death toll from Las Vegas mass shooting rises to 59, hundreds injured

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    Jordan McIldoon, 23, of Maple Ridge, British Colombia province was among the 58 people killed when a gunman opened fired on a large crowd near the end of an outdoor country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. just shocked". One of the men, who was shot in the head, is unresponsive. Global Affairs is deploying a team of consular officials to Las Vegas to assist Canadians.
  • How you can help the Las Vegas shooting victims

    How you can help the Las Vegas shooting victims

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    Clark County Sheriff Lombardo and Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak have set up a GoFundMe page that will "provide relief and financial support to the victims and families". It's considered the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Authorities said 58 people were killed and 515 were injured. I want to thank the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and all of the first responders for their courageous effort and for helping to save the lives of so many.
  • ABS Confirms Over 9Million People Have Already Voted In The SSM Survey

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    ABS Deputy Statistician Jonathan Palmer said they hope the update "will serve as a reminder to those who have not submitted their form to do so promptly if they wish to have their say". "You have not voted until you have posted your yes", he said. "Even if the no campaign came up with a killer argument, it's too late for an very bad lot of people".
  • Oman's Sultan Qaboos receives Iranian FM in Muscat

    Oman's Sultan Qaboos receives Iranian FM in Muscat

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    Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met his Omani counterpart, Yusuf bin Alawi, upon his arrival in Muscat on Monday. Topics of discussion included the development of bilateral relations, cooperation in banking, oil and gas sectors, and also the latest developments in the region, including Iraqi Kurdistan's Independence referendum and its impact on regional developments.
  • Taj Mahal missing from Uttar Pradesh tourism booklet

    Taj Mahal missing from Uttar Pradesh tourism booklet

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    In its bid to promote religious and cultural tourism in the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has conveniently dropped the world famous Taj Mahal , considered one of the seven wonders of the world, from its list of important tourist destinations.
  • LA police find no evidence of shooting at USC; campus lockdown lifted

    LA police find no evidence of shooting at USC; campus lockdown lifted

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    Some students are reporting that they heard gunfire. There was no shooting, the Los Angeles Police Department said on Twitter. 'No danger to community, ' LAPD officers tweeted about 30 minutes after they first responded. Students were alerted of the developing situation via security alerts, which cautioned to stay clear of 610 Childs Way on University Park Campus due to police activity.
  • Opinions On Gun Control Are Massively Polarized. They Weren't Always

    Opinions On Gun Control Are Massively Polarized. They Weren't Always

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    But among those condolences, some lawmakers asked their colleagues to take action on gun legislation. "We can not simply throw up our hands or continue to justify the presence of weapons of war whose primary objective is to kill the largest number of human beings in the shortest amount of time possible", Harris wrote on her Facebook page."We must honestly acknowledge the epidemic of gun violence and work together, now, to curb it".
  • Las Vegas Shooter Previously Lived and Worked in Texas

    Las Vegas Shooter Previously Lived and Worked in Texas

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    Paddock lived there with his 62-year-old girlfriend, who authorities said was out of the country when the shooting happened. The I-TEAM has been looking into Stephen Paddock's background and found he lived in Melbourne, in Brevard County, for two years.
  • Yemen Houthis say have shot down U.S. surveillance drone

    Yemen Houthis say have shot down U.S. surveillance drone

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    The charred wreckage of the aircraft was carried out by the Houthis aboard a Toyota pickup truck, Reuters reported. It is also used for surveillance and reconnaissance operations. A Reuter's photographer said they saw the drone fall from the sky around 11am. Houthi forces or their partners may have also committed war crimes.
  • Hillary Clinton on Las Vegas Shooting: 'Our Grief Isn't Enough'

    Hillary Clinton on Las Vegas Shooting: 'Our Grief Isn't Enough'

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    One vendor told Fox News that "it sounded like a machine gun". Police say Paddock shot himself when police breached his hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and had at least ten rifles in the room. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said in a statement. "Thoughts & prayers are NOT enough", Sen. "It's time for Congress to get off its ass and do something".